Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Happy Festivus Eve!
Hi and welcome to your Wednesday fix of ShapeShifter Seductions! Happy Festivus Eve! For those of you who either didn't get into Sienfeld or have never had the joy of a close friendship with someone who was/is, Festivus is a non-commercialized secular holiday that was featured in a Seinfeld episode way back in 1997. I, a woman who seldom watches TV, adored the show. And I can't help but think that Fesivus would probably a big hit with the secrecy-loving shape shifters of the world. In honor of that, I bring you some Festivus themed entertainment.
The eye candy, by the way, is a new and improved 3D render of Damien.
A convicted drug dealer successfully lobbied to have a kosher meal served to him because he is an observer of Festivus. Not sure how a secular tradition would save him from eating the salami meals everyone else stay-cationing in the Orange County jail. I’m not sure which bugs me worst: that a judge actually OK’d this or that it took the county two months get the goofy court order thrown out. Things that make you go????????
The good folks in Illinois decided to settle the age old dilemma of Christian Christmas theme buy erecting a Festivus pole right next to the nativity scene at the Illinois state capitol. This in no way amused the committee that was setting up the nativity scene right next to the location the Festivus pole was being set up. Calm down folks. You may not like the Festivus holiday but it could have been worse. Someone could have set up a Flying Spaghetti Monster display…
Sorry this is such a short blog, but I just had to add the top three shape shifter Festivus songs- embedded, of course- and I didn’t want to make a forty-nine ba-jillion pare r-mail. Which reminds me: we now have a form at the top of the page where you can sign up to have just-published post sent right to your in-box. We also a new have a Face Book fan page. Come on by and give us a shout out!
The top three all-time favorite shape shifter Christmas/Festivus songs of all time:
Posted by Rebecca Gillan